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259 Index Page numbers in italics refer to illustrations. Accordion books, 120, 133–35 Adams, Timothy Dow, 234–35n12 African Americans: racist stereotypes of, 13, 21, 99, 173, 175, 195, 196, 199–200, 212; as Weems’s subjects, 171–95; photography and, 172; Moynihan Report on, 173–74; language of, 178, 181, 200, 209; colonialist education of, 185–87, 194; Native Americans vs., 191–92; as Ringgold’s subjects, 196–213 Afterimage (Chen), 133, 135–39 AIDS, 191 Ain’t Jokin’ (Weems), 175–77 Allen, Paula Gunn, 61 Almanac of the Dead (Silko), 62, 64–65, 73 American Icons (Weems), 175 Angelou, Maya, 178 Antiwar movement, 1 Apaches, 62 Arapaho, 221 Armenian Genocide, 12, 20, 25, 27, 34, 43, 48, 49, 51, 163; condemnation of, 21; personal and universal tales of, 36–37; Holocaust linked to, 45 Armstrong, Samuel Chapman, 184 Armstrong Triptych (Weems), 188 Artie at His Drawing Desk (Spiegelman), 92 Artist and His Mother, The (Gorky), 49 Artist and His Mother, The (Najarian), 23, 49–58 Artists’ books, 10, 12–13, 74; craft origins of, 115; by Chen, 115–63; definitions of, 116–17; antecedents of, 117–18 Artist’s Father, The (Najarian), 51, 52 As Amanuensis, Artie Links Past and Present (Spiegelman), 96 Ash-Milby, Kathleen, 21 Atlanta Contemporary, 118 Audience Distant Relative (Cha), 157–58 Augustine of Hippo, Saint, 40 Autobiography: intermedia, 2; intersectional, 2; visual, 2; hybrid, 2, 229; interart, 2, 230; transmedia, 2, 230 Autotopography, 217 Aztecs, 74 Baker, Ella, 205 Baldwin, James, 178, 209 Banks, Frank Dean, 194 Barthes, Roland, 100 Bedrosian, Margaret, 21 Berger, John, 6, 7 Bethune, Mary McLeod, 205 Beyond the Chief (Heap of Birds), 244n8 Bhabha, Homi, 149 Black Arts Movement, 173, 199 Blake, William, 117–18 Bon Bon Mots (Chen), 123–30 Book of Kells, 2 Books and Apples (Najarian), 40 Bosmajian, Hamida, 107 Brautigan, Richard, 236–37n14 Brighton Press, 118 Brookshier, Frank, 39 Buffalo Bill, 214–15 Buffalo Soldiers, 192 Burro, The (Brookshier), 39 Butler, Judith, 5 Café des Artistes, Le (Ringgold), 209, 211 Carr, Denny, 71 Caruth, Cathy, 84 Ceremony (Silko), 62 Cha, Theresa Hak Kyung, 3, 14, 15, 21, 46, 67, 111, 144–67; cinematic techniques of, 10, 13, 134, 144, 159–64, 229, 231; collective consciousness viewed by, 145; Japanese-Korean conflicts and, 146, 155, 163; Christian themes of, 147, 148, 149, 155, 156, 163; number symbolism employed by, 147–48; language and speech themes of, 148–53, 154, 155, 161, 165, 166; Korean writing untranslated by, 150–51; blood and ink linked by, 153, 155; male dominance critiqued by, 156, 162; female martyrdom viewed by, 156–57; unidirectional communications thematized by, 158–59; structural innovations of, 162; search for home and, 164–66; seeing vs. hearing thematized by, 167 Index 260 Change series (Ringgold), 199 Chen, Julie, 3, 12–13, 63, 67, 115–43, 229; artistic vision articulated by, 119; time and subjectivity themes of, 119–20, 123, 124, 126–29, 132– 33, 139–40, 142–43; fonts varied by, 121–22; water imagery used by, 123; interactivity encouraged by, 125, 142; self-monitoring by, 127; hypertextual techniques of, 130–31, 163, 231; dream imagery of, 133–38; technological clutter depicted by, 141; fragmentation themes of, 141– 42; Cha likened to, 144–45, 146 Cheyenne (Tsistsistas), 218–19, 221, 225, 226–27 Class distinctions, 8 Claxton, Laura, 157 Closure, 53–57, 105–11, 164–67 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 2 Colonization, 3, 8, 14, 15 Colored People (Weems), 175 Comic Books as History (Witek), 88–89 Comics, 12, 15, 83–111, 161; cinematic techniques in, 86; as scholarly subject, 86–87; origins of, 87–88; conventions of, 95 Committee of Union and Progress (CUP; Ittihad ve Terakki Jemiyeti; Young Turks), 235n2 Conceptual art, 145 Conclusion. See Closure Concrete poetry, 118, 231 Contextual interface, 9, 22, 83, 173, 197–98, 230 Crumb, R., 87 Cubism, 207 Cultural studies, 4 Culture wars, 1 Curtis, Edward S., 187 Dad and Son-Son (Weems), 174 Dancing at the Louvre (Ringgold), 202, 203–4 Dante Alighieri, 45 Daughters of Memory (Najarian), 23–27, 39, 41, 49 Daumier, Honoré, 237n16 da Vinci, Leonardo, 203 “Decade Show, The,” 233n2 Décorations des nymphéas (Monet), 204 Degas, Edgar, 24, 235n10 Déjeuner sur l’herbe, Le (Manet), 204 de Kooning, Willem, 235n8 Demoiselles d’Avignon, Les (Picasso), 207–8 Dershowitz, Alan, 238n18 deSouza, Allan, 150 Diary of Trees (Heap of Birds), 225 Dictée (Cha), 3, 11, 13, 46, 144–67; structure of, 147–48, 229–30; interlocking narrative in, 162...

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